Albany News Updates Provided by News 10
Monday August 13, 2012
What you should see on NEWS10.com to start your day off right!
Here are the top three stories you may have missed over the weekend:
Police in Schenectady are at the scene of a stand off where they say a mentally unstable man is holed up inside after threatening to shoot police.
Police officers are being credited with preventing a man from jumping off a bridge over the Hudson River at Albany.
Monday is an exciting day for more than a dozen kids in Troy who get to visit the Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield.
ALBANY, N.Y. - The Albany County Sheriff's Office reports the arrest of three women after three separate cases of defrauding the Department of Social Services (DSS) of over $30,000 in July.According to
Police in Niskayuna say they are currently investigating an assault in which three people were stabbed late Sunday night.
A new federal government survey shows New York has a relatively low level of obesity among adults.
Monday morning the Rensselaer County Executive and members of the County Legislature honored the life and service of former Rensselaer County Sheriff and U.S. Marine Corps Veteran Daniel Keating.
A rare, large campaign debt dating to 2010 is playing a big role in New York's fall elections.
Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that the crane serving the Capitol restoration project will be permanently dismantled Monday.
The Albany International Airport says they expect heavy passenger loads on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.
An abandoned dog in Greene County is now up for adoption.
Boil water advisory has been issued for the Village of Cambridge in Washington County on Monday.
A reward is being offered for information on a suspicious fire in Troy on Sunday morning.
Investigators believe a woman is possibly being targeted in a string of suspicious fires in Troy.
The restoration project at the New York State Capitol building in downtown Albany is coming to an end.
Five people were arrested in Troy after a reported disturbance on Monday evening.
Flames erupted at a four story building in Albany on Monday night.
If you take a quick look around Central Park in Schenectady it won't take long to find people smoking. However, on Monday the city held a hearing about a new law that would make smoking illegal throughout all their parks.